Found in 82 Collections and/or Records:
Includes minutes of Cabinet meetings recording decisions on various subjects including: unemployment and unemployment insurance; immigration from Ireland; petrol prices; foreign affairs in China, Germany, India; the United States and the prohibition treaty; the reduction and limitation of armaments; the proposed Baghdad [Iraq] to Haifa [Israel] railway and pipeline; radium research; the Channel Tunnel; the report of the Commission on East Africa; and the budget.
Correspondents include: Leonard Buckner (4); Sir James Hawkey [Vice-Chairman of Epping Division Conservative Association and Mayor of Wanstead and Woodford] (11).Subjects include: conscientious objectors; reconditioning of surplus army vehicles; National Health Service; bomb damage repairs; service register of electors; fight against tuberculosis; repossession of requisitioned property; naturalisation of aliens; food rationing.
Correspondents include: Sir James Hawkey [Vice-Chairman of Epping Division Conservative Association and Mayor of Wanstead and Woodford] (8).Subjects include: repair of bomb damage; naturalization of aliens; local housing shortages.
Political: Constituency: North West Manchester: Correspondence concerning meetings., Jan 1905 - Oct 1905
Correspondents include: H W Rawlins of the Free Trade League (2); Sir John Gorst about his visit to Manchester (1); Robert Lewis of the Sons of Temperance Society (2) and William Joynson Hicks [later Lord Brentford] (1).Subjects include: WSC's patronage and support for various local schools, churches clubs and associations, including the Manchester Athletic Club and the aliens bill and its effect on the local Jewish community.
Political: Constituency: North West Manchester: Correspondence. Correspondents include: Fred Brierley and T W Killick about the Free Trade League; William Royle, Chairman of the Manchester Liberal Federation (3); Dr J Dulberg about the Manchester Jewish community's reaction to the proposed Aliens Bill and female suffrage (2) and WSC's reply; Fred Burn, Secretary of the Manchester Liberal Federation (2) and N Jacobson about WSC's intervention in the capmaker's strike (2)., Jan 1907 - Dec 1907
Other subjects include: Free Trade; the taxation of land values; congratulations on WSC's appointment as a Privy Councillor and WSC' s relations with the local Jewish community.Also includes a newspaper article about Dr J Dulberg.
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