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Miscellaneous, 1847 - 1995

Reference Code: GBR/0014/POLL 3/2/1/105

Scope and Contents

Includes: articles on free trade and the currency, 1847-57; offprint of an article on the history of London government; report on the polls and the 1970 election by Richard Rose, Professor of Politics, Strathclyde University; copies of immigration and nationality legislation, 1948-80; correspondence on immigration statistics with David Ennals, Secretary of State for Social Services and Jennifer Tanfield, Head of Statistical Section, House of Commons Library, with tables for the 1976 embarkation figures; Treasury financial statement and budget report, with associated papers on the Public Sector Borrowing Requirement, including letters from Jennifer Tanfield (1985-86); religious papers and articles, including JEP's article on the evolution of the notion of personal immortality (1984); essays by JEP on the Evolution of the First Gospel, given as the 1979 Sion Lectures [original at 3/2/3/52]; reprint of speech by JEP on Universities and Polytechnics, given at Magdalene College, Cambridge (Jun 1991) and published by the Centre for Policy Studies; transcript of documentary on the university system for Analysis, Radio 4, by Peter Hennessy, including an interview with JEP (1991); texts of speeches by JEP, 1992-1995, on subjects including the memorial address for Lord Reigate [earlier John Vaughan-Morgan], religious views, the European Community, relations between Britain and France, the Prayer Book Society, nationalism, Yugoslavia [later Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, and Slovenia], on keeping Northern Ireland in the United Kingdom, democracy, Anthony Trollope, George Borrow, interference in the affairs of other countries, Greek and the New Testament, in memory of Sir Anthony Wagner, British trade, hunting, Edmund Burke; paper by JEP giving an introduction to Wagner's Gotterdammerung for the Royal Opera.


  • Creation: 1847 - 1995

Conditions Governing Access

From the Fonds:

The majority of the collection is open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge. Please see individual files for details.


4 file(s)

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Date information

DateText: The majority of items date from 1948 to 1995.

Finding aid date

2002-07-02 09:49:24+00:00

Repository Details

Part of the Churchill Archives Centre Repository

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