Found in 256 Collections and/or Records:
Papers relating to the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Association, May-December 1979 & June 1981-January 1983, 1979-05 - 1983-01
Part 1, 1979
Part 2, 1981
Part 3, 1982
Part 4, 1983
Consist of transcripts of two Party Political Broadcasts by the SNP, 29 January &1 October 1981
Papers of the Union Flag Group, on organising opposition to the Scotland and Wales Bill. Includes correspondence with George Gardiner, secretary to the group and [Margaret] Betty Harvie Anderson [later Baroness Skrimshire of Quarter] and extracts from speeches by Francis Pym, devolution spokesman.
General Election: Papers: Including handwritten and typescript drafts of drafts of WSC's election address and statements, including "British Intervention in Russia - The Truth".
Accounts for WSC's constituency expenses.
Political: Constituency: Dundee By-Election: Letters of congratulation on WSC's victory., 10 May 1908 - 20 May 1908
Correspondents include Cornelia, Lady Wimborne; Sir Algernon West; Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson; Lord Tweedmouth; J A Spender; Charles Guthrie; Frederic Macarness MP; Sir Francis Hopwood [later Lord Southborough]; Lewis Harcourt; William Joynson Hicks [later Lord Brentford]Ian Hogg; Edward Hemmerde MP; Lord James of Hereford; Anthony Hope Hawkins; Sir Francis Channing; Lord George Hamilton; Alexander Shaw [later 2nd Lord Craigmyle]; Lady Lyell and James Welldon.
Political: Constituency: Dundee By-Election: Letters of congratulation on WSC's victory., 10 May 1915 - 12 May 1915
Mainly from Liberal Associations and supporters.
Political: Constituency: Dundee By-Election: : Letters of congratulation on WSC's victory., 29 Apr 1908 - 14 May 1908
Mainly from Liberal Associations and individual supporters Also includes pre-election letter from the Master of Elibank [later 1st Viscount Elibank] on WSC's candidacy.
Correspondence on WSC's candidacy in the Dundee By Election.Correspondents include Thomas Gibson Bowles [who stood down as Liberal Candidate to make room for WSC]; Havelock Wilson MP; The Master of Elibank [later 1st Viscount Elibank] and R Macaulay Smith.Also includes signed letter from WSC to the Electors of Dundee and postcard of ?WSC as "Cock of the North" in Highland Dress.
Correspondents include Sir George Ritchie, (Constituency Chairman), P F Husband (Constituency Agent),J Duncan Miller MP and Alexander Ure, (later Lord Strathclyde),Solicitor General for Scotland.Subjects include the political activities of Trade Unions, WSC's donations to local charities and institutions, proposals to lift embargo on the importation of French straw, Sunday drinking on pleasure steamers operating on the River Tay, Duncan Miller's Fishery Bill.
Accounts for WSC's constituency expenses.
Correspondents include John Sinclair [later Lord Pentland], Sec of State for Scotland; Prof Patrick Geddes; Constituency Chairman George Ritchie and Agent P F Husband Subjects include the Education (Scotland) Bill; The British Medical Association; The Town Planning Bill; a possible "Pageant of Dundee" in 1909; the Canadian Cattle Trade; dissatisfaction with Sheriff Campbell Smith; and Socialist and Labour movements in Scotland.
Subjects include allegations that WSC was "not at home" to Dundee delegations.
Correspondents include Sir George Ritchie (Consituency Chairman); The Women's Freedom League (Dundee Branch); Herbert Samuel (Postmaster General).Subjects include the possibility of giving Admiralty work to Dundee shipbuilders; Female suffrage; Irish Home Rule; Post Office Telephones and Telegraphs.
Correspondents include Herbert Samuel, Postmaster General (3); Dundee Women's Suffrage Society; Dundee Liberal Association; The Independent Labour Party (Dundee Branch).Subjects include Female suffrage; telegraph links with Dundee; the strike of Leven textile workers; the claims of Dundee over Aberdeen for the site of new wireless station; the Scottish Temperance Bill.
Correspondents include Herbert Samuel, Postmaster-General (and others) on Post Office staff wage claim (6); P F Husband, Liberal Agent, on Party organisation and expenses in the constituency (4).Other subjects include duties of Sub-Postmasters; Labour Exchanges; the need for a second Liberal Candidate in the constituency; arrangements for presbyterian chaplaincies at Dundee and Ardrossan submarine bases.
Correspondents include Sir George Ritchie (4) on work of Royal Commission on Sugar Supply and on dismissal of flax and jute workers by Baxter Bros. Ltd.Other subjects include export trade to neutral countries.
Correspondents include: Dundee Parish Council and Board of Control (7) on supply of sugar for preserving fruit grown in the Asylum Other subjects include WSC's unopposed re-election as MP following his appointment as Minister of Munitions; and the Representation of the People Bill, and Dundee's claim of being entitled to three Members of Parliament.
Correspondents include Sir George Ritchie (2) on Constituency and Liberal Party affairs Other subjects include the General Election campaign.
Correspondents include: Sir George Ritchie (5) on Liberal Party and constituency affairs; Frederick Guest (2), on speaking engagement in Dundee.
Correspondents include: Sir George Ritchie (5) on Liberal Party, constituency affairs, honours and patronage; Dundee City Council (2) and the Ministry of Labour on unemployment among ex-serviceman in the city, including paper of Cabinet Committee on unemployment.
Correspondents include: Sir George Ritchie (9), on Liberal Party, constituency affairs and unemployment in Dundee; The City of Dundee Territorial Force Association and the War Office on the amalgamation of the 4th and 5th Black Watch.
Subjects include: Constituency affairs, particularly General Election campaign; Trade Union Act Amendment Bill; honours and patronage.