Personal correspondence, 1982-05-28 - 1984-06-21
Scope and Contents
Correspondents include: [William] John Biffen, Lord Privy Seal; Sir George Young, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of the Environment (2); David Crouch; David Howell; Barbara, Baroness Brooke of Ystradfellte, on the death of Lord Brooke of Cumnor (3); Sir Robin Williams, Honorary Secretary of the British Anti-Common Market Campaign; Charles Douglas-Home, Editor of the Times (2); John Habgood, Archbishop of York on a speech by JEP on the miners of County Durham (2); Therese, Lady Harris, on the death of Marshal of the RAF Sir Arthur Harris; Anthony Courtney; [Henry] James Wickenden (2); Lord Denning; John Wells; David Menhennet, Librarian of the House of Commons; Lord Hailsham of St Marylebone [earlier Quintin Hogg] (2); Sir Anthony Fell; Norman St John-Stevas [later Lord St John of Fawsley]; Richard Body on his book on agricultural policy (2); Sir [Arthur] John Page; Timothy Yeo on JEP's allegations about his involvement with alleged Northern Ireland Office plans to give Ireland a say in the affairs of Ulster (2); Janine, Lady Warwick; Lord Eden of Winton (2); Trevor Beeson, Canon of Westminster (3); 7th Lord Warwick (2); Denis Kelly, former literary assistant to Sir Winston Churchill, on the biography of Churchill by Professor William Manchester; Bishop Ross Hook, Chief of Staff to the Archbishop of Canterbury (2); Reverend Brian Swinnerton (4); William Johnston, Chaplain-General to the Forces; [Keith] Harvey Proctor (3); Richard Whitehead (3); Julian Amery on the Suez Group; John Skrimshire (3); Reverend Nigel Davies (3); Harold Soref; Dennis Shaw (3); "Jack" [Bruce Bernard Weatherill], Speaker of the House of Commons.
Other subjects include: congratulations on speeches by JEP; literary enquiries and requests; JEP's memorial address for Lord Warwick.
Also includes: Monday Club paper on British policy towards the Soviet Union; memorial address on Lord Brooke of Cumnor; extract from speech by JEP at Downpatrick, South Down, Northern Ireland (March 1984); copy of JEP's memorial address for Lord Warwick; extract from letter from Richard Nixon to Julian Amery on the effects of American policy on Suez [Egypt].
- 1982-05-28 - 1984-06-21
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